We know T-Mobile and Verizon both have their Galaxy Tabs up for sale, but we’re still waiting on Sprint and AT&T to announce their launch plans. At least for AT&T, a leaked training document suggests it’ll be out November 21st – that’s 10 days from today – and for $649.99 with no contract. That’s $50 more than what Verizon T-Mobile is offering it for off-contract. Quite odd, I must say.
There was no word on whether or not there would be a subsidized offering, but we now know that the data plans for the Tab line up exactly with what AT&T offers for their iPad customers: 250MB of data for $14.99 per month or 2GB for $25 per month. (That’s notable because earlier rumors suggested AT&T’s tablet pricing for everything that’s not the iPad would be ludicrously high.) [Engadget]